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ISBN:
0918395127
Author:
Luxorius
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Poltroon Press; Limited edition (January 1, 1990)
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1207 kb
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1202 kb
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Absolutely gorgeous translation of the collected poetry of the provincial poet Luxorius, who lived in Carthage during the Vandal ocuupation in the sixth century.

Translated from the Latin by Art Beck  . Absolutely gorgeous translation of the collected poetry of the provincial poet Luxorius, who lived in Carthage during the Vandal ocuupation in the sixth century. This collection conveys an immediate sense of the final days of Roman culture. With both the original Latin and the modern English, this translation Poetry. Translated from the Latin by Art Beck.

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Luxorius was an Ancient Roman poet and writer of epigrams who lived in Carthage, Africa during the last years of the Vandal rule in the 6th century, under the reign of the Vandal Kings Thrasamund, Hilderic, and Gelimer (AD 496-534). He greatly admired the notable Roman author Martial, whom he used as a model when composing his works. Luxorius's writings served as a bridge between the end of the classical period and the beginning of medieval Latin.

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Poetry. Limited Edition. Translated from the Latin by Art Beck. Absolutely gorgeous translation of the collected poetry of the provincial poet Luxorius, who lived in Carthage during the Vandal ocuupation in the sixth century. This collection conveys an immediate sense of the final days of Roman culture. With both the original Latin and the modern English, this translation paints a fascinating portrait that is both political and sensual. Art Beck is a San Francisco poet who has published several books of poetry.